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    Quote Originally Posted by franchize
    If I had to choose one,I'd want to see Bernard killing Kelly Tripucka.
    What year was it ?
    Is it a regular season game or a playoff series ?

    I wasn't even born when Bernard King played

    Can you also suggest me other 2 series ?
    Maybe 1993 ECF against the Pacers ?
    Or 1999 ECF against the Pacers ?
    Bulls,Heat ?

    Just pick 2 if you can,please
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    I wasn't even born when Bernard King played
    What! Wait how old are you?Im not that old but you're making me feel like a old geezer lmao

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    I'm bad with years but 94' (I think) Bulls Knicks series was the year of the infamous John Starks dunk on Horace and Jordan.I still have the poster hanging on the wall in my parents crib.Everytime I visit back home it brings back great memories.If that poster could talk lmaoooooooo

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    Quote Originally Posted by franchize
    What! Wait how old are you?Im not that old but you're making me feel like a old geezer lmao
    I was born in 1993.

    Yes,you are one old *******

    I decided to download every series against Bulls/Heat/Pacers which we won.
    Also I will download some other series.

    It will take some time to watch and download all games but I am sure it will be worthy.
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    lol damn ur younger than my lil brother.I'm only 26...I'm not THAT old lol.I just remember alot about basketball.Since I was about 3,my family always jokes about how I used to run off stats like I was some basketball child prodigy lol.I love basketball!

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    Quote Originally Posted by franchize
    lol damn ur younger than my lil brother.I'm only 26...I'm not THAT old lol.I just remember alot about basketball.Since I was about 3,my family always jokes about how I used to run off stats like I was some basketball child prodigy lol.I love basketball!
    Well,you followed basketball since you were very young.

    In my country football is the #1 sport so I was basically forced to watch it.
    Basketball was rarely on TV.

    When I was a little bit older I started to like and follow basketball.
    I even played for a local club.

    Now it's my favorite sport,I often play it with my friends and I watch a lot of games.

    Situation in the USA and Europe is very different.
    You are able to watch a lot of basketball games while even if we want to watch it they are late at night and for a little kid it isn't appropriate to stay awake until 3 am.

    I didn't watch NBA at all in the 90's so I decided to watch it now.

    I'm pretty much obsessed with basketball now,especially with the NBA.

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    I like your enthusiasm for the game...and the fact that you like the Knicks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch
    Well,you followed basketball since you were very young.

    In my country football is the #1 sport so I was basically forced to watch it.
    Basketball was rarely on TV.

    When I was a little bit older I started to like and follow basketball.
    I even played for a local club.

    Now it's my favorite sport,I often play it with my friends and I watch a lot of games.

    Situation in the USA and Europe is very different.
    You are able to watch a lot of basketball games while even if we want to watch it they are late at night and for a little kid it isn't appropriate to stay awake until 3 am.

    I didn't watch NBA at all in the 90's so I decided to watch it now.

    I'm pretty much obsessed with basketball now,especially with the NBA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franchize
    I like your enthusiasm for the game...and the fact that you like the Knicks!
    Yeah.
    Watching close to 200 games very late at night (Knicks are usually playing at 1 am in my country,and that's almost as early as it gets) isn't something that regular fans do.

    Some friends even tell me that I'm crazy but that's the way I am.

    I love basketball,especially the Knicks

    Thanks for your support

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clutch
    Yeah.
    Watching close to 200 games very late at night (Knicks are usually playing at 1 am in my country,and that's almost as early as it gets) isn't something that regular fans do.

    Some friends even tell me that I'm crazy but that's the way I am.

    I love basketball,especially the Knicks

    Thanks for your support
    Knicks fan from the UK. Showing love for those 1am games.

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    I decided to listen franchize's advice and look up for Bernard King's biggest games.

    After many days of searching I found a site which have many of his games.

    I thought it would be nice to share it with you:

    Bernard King 60 points against the Nets
    http://forum.rojadirecta.es/showthread.php?72826

    King vs Isiah
    http://forum.rojadirecta.es/showthread.php?128849

    50 points against the Spurs
    http://forum.rojadirecta.es/showthread.php?33360

    49 points against the Bullets
    http://forum.rojadirecta.es/showthread.php?129396

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    You see why Melo said King was his favorite player growing up? King shoulda been on the 50 greatest players list over Pippen AND Worthy.Dominique too but hey

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    Quote Originally Posted by franchize
    You see why Melo said King was his favorite player growing up? King shoulda been on the 50 greatest players list over Pippen AND Worthy.Dominique too but hey
    Yeah,Melo also took some moves from Bernard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by franchize
    I'm bad with years but 94' (I think) Bulls Knicks series was the year of the infamous John Starks dunk on Horace and Jordan.I still have the poster hanging on the wall in my parents crib.Everytime I visit back home it brings back great memories.If that poster could talk lmaoooooooo
    It was '93.

    Jordan was retired in '94.


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